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By Brienne Walsh
Chris McMillan, the Hollywood hairstylist who created "the Rachel" in 1994, is once again teaming up with Jennifer Aniston. McMillan appears in a series of videos for the star's Living Proof hair care line. We asked the trend-setting hair pro what he thinks the five hottest cuts of summer will be.
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"Boy hair on girls—I love it," says McMillan of Charlize Theron's current cut. "Whether you cut it pixie, or with long bangs, or a little pompadour, boys' haircuts on girls are ruling the school right now."
Ombre Lives On3 of 6
"Contrasted ombre is not going anywhere," says McMillan. "People will still do it, but they'll do it more naturally—rather than it being dark on the top, and light on the bottom, keep highlights around the face. Then it looks less deliberate, and more like the color is just growing out." For a perfect example of ombre updated, see Beyoncé.
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"The latest bang is broken-up and uneven," says McMillan, who did Michelle Williams' hair for the Met "Punk" opening. "Not side-swept or blunt or pushed to the side. The look is jagged and uneven with layers that frame the face."
Sculptured Locks5 of 6
"People want hair cuts these days—they don't just want long, pretty hair anymore," McMillan says, predicting that defined, short sculpted styles will grow in popularity. "Women are becoming more bold and out-there with their cutting decisions." Anne Hathaway showed off her freshly bleached, pumped-up version of this look at the Met Gala.
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"Models are cutting their hair off now because they're sick of having their hair worked on so much," says McMillan, who says that he's definitely seeing this cut move from runway to real life. "The public is catching on, so the mid-length bob is really popular, which is making life easier for everyone." Model Arizona Muse wears a super-flattering version of the cut.